New York City native Antonio Ballatore believed he would be a rock star by age 40. While pursuing his dreams of music stardom, he spent time between gigs learning how to build houses. This experience led Antonio to design restaurants and clubs in Manhattan and, later, design sets for world-famous photographers, including Annie Leibovitz and David LaChapelle. Antonio also loves decorating and coordinating interiors using his unique style that he calls "modern cave-dwelling meets medieval contemporary."
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